January 1956 Rod & Custom Magazine
Magazines are complete and range from F to NM condition.
Grading is as follows:
NM – little to no cover wear or creasing with spine showing little to no use wear
EX+ - very subtle cover wear and very minor creasing with spine showing only subtle use wear.
EX -very subtle cover wear and creasing with spine showing very subtle wear
VG – some subtle cover wear and creasing with spine showing some minor use wear
Good – some noticeable cover wear and creasing with spine showing some average use wear.
Fair – noticeable cover wear and obvious creasing with spine showing above average use wear and possibly loose to the staples.
All magazines we sell include magazine pages in excellent, readable condition with most older magazines showing some level of yellowing mostly around the edges due to age.
This issue includes: Building a dual-purpose sedan - part I; Hopping up the pre-'54 DeSoto V-8; Leroy French's 1949 Plymouth four-door custom; Tips for improving performance by reducing drag; John Geraghty shows how to swap a Chrysler into a 1940 Ford; Great Bend National Drag Championships; Malcom Whitt's six-wheeled Model A; Gary Dubach's 1938 Ford; Valley Custom Shop customizes a 1953 Studebaker; ArinCee cartoon; Paul McGill's 1940 Ford; Bill Burnham's 1932 Ford two-door; Dune Bugs from the East; plus more great features, vintage photos, and editorial.
Another great Rod & Custom from the glory days.